HALIFAX – RCMP are asking for the public’s help in locating Landon Webb, who was last seen on October 15.
Landon, 25, was last seen in the area of County Home Road in Waterville five days ago.
He is described as a 5’7″ white male, weighing approximately 145 lbs and has brown hair and hazel eyes.
On Tuesday, Landon’s mother, Brenda Webb, said he was last seen at the Kings Regional Rehabilitation Facility on Thursday night of last week, and that police have been searching but haven’t located him.
Landon has epilepsy, anxiety disorder, heart disease and asthma. He also has an intellectual disorder, meaning he functions at a level of a 10 to 12-year-old.
Landon was scheduled to be discharged from care facility last week, a move that his parents told Global News was worrisome and left them “scrambling” for a solution. He was eventually granted an extension, but was to be discharged tomorrow.
On October 15, the day Landon was last seen, his parents said they didn’t know what would happen to him next if he was discharged from the facility.
Brenda told Global News on Tuesday that Landon is known to leave for several days at a time, and she isn’t sure if he’s still in the area or if he’s left.
Anyone with information about Landon’s whereabouts are asked to contact Kingston RCMP detachment at 907-765-3317 or contact www.crimestoppers.ns.ca.
With files from Natasha Pace.